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flair

noun
 
 
/fleər/
ABILITY [no plural] a natural ability to do something well: She has a flair for languages.Skill, talent and ability
STYLE [U] the ability to do something in an exciting and interesting way: He played with great imagination and flair.Skill, talent and ability
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